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Old 02-06-2013, 03:06 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Default Re: Why is WWE allowed to revise history regarding Warrior and Fingerpoke of Doom?

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Originally Posted by Charlie Bronson View Post
Yeah, but Savage was better than Flair at that age. Plus, May '99 Nash started booking himself to win the WCW title and I think that might have done some damage.
Did damage to what?


And IIRC, Savage worked a handful of matches from June 1998 to the end of WCW, due to being sideline after 2 knee operations. You surely can't say he was a better wrestler, as he rarely wrestled.


And what did Nash booking do damage to? Because Nash dropped the belt to Savage 2 months later and just like his previous PPV title win over a year before, lost it the next night to Hogan. So, how can we blame Nash for that?
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